Details for Waterloo, City of - Legals - Ad from 2021-07-20

July 6, 2021
The Council of the City of Waterloo, Iowa, met
in Regular Session at Harold E. Getty Council
Chambers, Waterloo, Iowa, at 5:30 p.m., on
Tuesday, July 6, 2021. Mayor Quentin Hart in the
Chair. Roll Call: Boesen, Amos, Morrissey, Klein,
Feuss, Grieder and Juon.
Prayer or Moment of Silence.
Pledge of Allegiance: Dave Boesen, At-Large
Council Member
160178 - Juon/Grieder
that the Agenda, as amended on Public Hearing
Item 3, striking “and refer bids to Waste
Management Services Department for review”,
and inserting, “Resolution approving award of bid
to Municipal Pipe Tool CO., LLC, of Hudson Iowa, for
the Base Bid SA 19 SRF ($803,304.95), Alternate
No. 1 SA 19 SRF ($74,630.30), Alternate No.2
SA 19 SRF ($93,624.00), Alternate No. 3 SA 14
Non-SRF ($99,008.60), Alternate No.4 SA 20
Non-SRF ($40,251.50) and Alternate No. 5 SA
17 Non SRF ($17,220.00) for a total cost of
$1,128,039.35, and approving the contract, bond
and certificate of insurance, in conjunction with the
FY2021 CIP Pipelining Phase IVA2 Project, Contract
No. 1043.”, removing Resolution Item No. 11 in its
entirety, and Resolution Item No. 13, by striking the
phrase, “and approving a Development Agreement”
and replacing the words “twenty-four (24)” with
“forty-eight (48)”, for the Regular Session on
Tuesday, July 6, 0221, at 5:30 p.m., be accepted
and approved. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
160179 - Juon/Grieder
that the Minutes, as proposed, for the Regular
Session on Monday, June 21, 2021, at 5:30 p.m.,
be accepted and approved. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Proclamation declaring July 10, 2021 as
Latino Heritage Day.
Swearing in of new Police Officer recruits.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Kelley Felchle, City Clerk, read comments received
via email from three citizens regarding Fireworks.
All three did not support personal use of fireworks.
Forest Dillavou, 1725 Huntington Road, commented
that a few weeks ago there was an article in the
Waterloo Courier that a youth was found guilty
of killing another youth in the community. He
shared that an officer was trying to give lifesaving
support to someone who had been shot while
people around him were harassing him. That
gave a big blow to the community. In another
community, an officer killed someone at a parade
and the community had a protest about that. In our
community, people held a rally that city employees
attended. He encouraged everyone to do better.
Mrs. Klein commented that someone put fireworks
debris in her mailbox; she had many phone calls
from citizens who have autistic children that were
upset about having fireworks shot off in their
neighborhood.
Chief Joel Fitzgerald shared statistics on fireworks
calls over the July 4th holiday.
Brock Weliver, Fire Marshall, explained that
Waterloo Fire Rescue received 18 calls for service.
Those were primarily grass fires that were easily
extinguished by tamping out the flame.
Council members discussed fireworks usage and
calls for service with the Police Chief and Fire
Marshall.
Mr. Feuss shared that RAGBRAI is coming to town
in three weeks. This Friday, there will be a town hall
Zoom at 3:00 followed by an information session
at 4:00.
Mr. Morrissey commented that the recreation
trail construction seems stalled around
Conger Street and questioned if it will pick up
again and be completed by RAGBRAI. He shared a
shout out to Marty Petersen and all those involved
for their work on the Ban the Box lawsuit as the
Supreme Court ruled in favor of the city and
stripped out some of the language in part. He
added that the Racial Equity and Social Justice
Toolkit needs to be passed. He asked to receive the
number of sidewalk squares that were sunken or
not level.
Jamie Knutson, City Engineer, provided an update
on construction and explained that he cannot
provide a specific count on sunken sidewalk panels
versus broken panels as that information is lumped
together.
Mr. Grieder shared that volunteers are needed for
RAGBRAI.
Mrs. Klein thanked the Supreme Court for
upholding the Ban the Box initiative.
Mrs. Juon thanked Lauren Mork for her ongoing
efforts to educate the local businesses on the
matter.
Mayor Hart thanked the council for their combined
support and efforts.
160180 - Juon/Grieder
that the above oral comments be received and
placed on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
CONSENT AGENDA
160181 - Juon/Grieder
that the following items on the consent agenda be
received, placed on file and approved:
a. Resolutions to approve the following:
1. Resolution approving Finance Committee
Invoice Summary Report, dated June 28, 2021,
in the amount of $2,597,196.15 and July 6,
2021, in the amount $4,878,153.61, a copy of
which is on file in the City Clerk’s office, together
with recommendation of approval of the Finance
Committee.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-457.
2. Resolution setting date of public hearing as
July 19, 2021 to review the proposed funding
recommendations set forth by the Community
Development Board for the FY 2022 One-Year
Action Plan, for the CDBG and HOME program
funds, for the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Consortium, and
instruct the City Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-458.
3. Resolution setting date of bid opening as
July 22, 2021 in conjunction with the Traffic Control
Room Remodel Project, Iowa DOT Project Number
STP-U-8155(755)--70-07, and instruct the City
Clerk to publish notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-459.
4. Resolution approving award of bid to Young
Plumbing & Heating Company of Waterloo, Iowa, in
the amount of $164,000, in conjunction with the
Waterloo City Hall Chiller Replacement Project.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 20215. Resolution approving award of bid to Wertjes
Uniforms of Cedar Falls, Iowa, in conjunction
with FYE 2022 Police Department uniform needs,
and authorizing the City Clerk to execute said
document.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 20216. Resolution approving award of bid to Lodge
Construction, Inc., of Clarksville, Iowa, in the
amount of $267,244, and approving the contract,
bonds and certificate of insurance, in conjunction
with the FY 2021 Westdale Bioswale, Contract No.
997, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to
execute said documents.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-460.
7. Resolution approving preliminary plans,
specifications, form of contract, etc., setting date
of bid opening as July 22, 2021, and date of public
hearing as August 2, 2021, in conjunction with the

FY 2020 Westdale Bioswale Landscaping, Contract
No. 1048, and instruct the City Clerk to publish
notice.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-461.
8. Resolution approving support for the submission
of a Raise Grant Application to the U.S. Department
of Transportation for the La Porte Road/Hess Road
Corridor Revitalization Project, and authorizing the
Mayor to execute said documents.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-462.
9. Resolution approving a Project Agreement
with the Waterloo Development Corporation, in
an amount not to exceed $8,825, in conjunction
with a Feasibility Study for an Indoor Competitive
Swimming Facility, and authorizing the Mayor and
City Clerk to execute said document.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-463.
10. Resolution approving Variance to Noise
Ordinance request from Rev. Anthony J. Kruse, on
behalf of Blessed Sacrament Church, in conjunction
with the Rock the Lot with John Angotti event, to
be held at 650 Stephan Avenue and surrounding
streets, on July 17, 2021, from 6:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., including live music and the use of a
PA system.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-464.
b. Motion to approve the following:
1. Travel Requests
Name & Title of Personnel Class/Meeting
Destination Date(s)
Amount not to Exceed
a. LeAnn Even, Deputy City Clerk Iowa League of
Cities Annual Conference Coralville, IA September
15-17, 2021
$645.00
2. Approved Beer, Liquor, and Wine Applications
Name & Address of Business Class New or Renewal
Expiration Date
Includes Sunday
a. The American Legion, 728 Commercial Street C
Liquor w/Outdoor Service Renewal 6/14/2022 x
b. Hy-Vee Gas #3, 1512 Flammang Drive C Beer
Renewal 8/26/2022
x
c. Iowa Irish Fest, 315 E. 5th Street B Beer
w/Outdoor Service New 8/10/2021
x
d. Kwik Star #722, 1214 Franklin Street C Beer
Renewal 7/21/2022
x
e. Kwik Star #723, 707 Broadway Street C Beer
Renewal 7/21/2022
x
f. Main Street Waterloo, Lincoln Park *5 Day* C Beer
w/Outdoor Service New 9/4/2021
g. Majestic Moon, 1955 Locke Avenue C Liquor
w/Outdoor Service Renewal 4/30/2022
x
h. Maple Lanes, 2608 University Avenue C Liquor
w/Outdoor Service New 5/31/2022
x
i. New Star, 1459 Ansborough Avenue E Liquor / B
Wine / C Beer Renewal 6/2/2022
x
j. Yesway Store #10022, 1976 Franklin Street C
Beer / E Liquor Renewal 7/12/2022
x
k. Yesway Store #10023, 117 E. San Marnan Drive
B Wine / C Beer / E Liquor Renewal 7/13/2022 x
3. Motion approving Change Order No. 1 with
Boulder Contracting Inc. of Grundy Center, Iowa
for a total increase of $973.00, in conjunction with
the FY2021 Greenbelt Lake Reap Grant Project,
Contract #1042 and authorizing the Mayor to
execute said documents.
4. Motion approving Change Order No. 9 with
WRH, Inc., of Amana, Iowa, for a net increase
of $18,329 in conjunction with the Satellite Wet
Well Rehabilitation Project, Contract No. 907, and
authorizing the Mayor to execute said document.
5. Recommendation of appointment of Taylor Mork,
from the Civil Service List, to the position of Golf
Maintenance II, in the Leisure Services Department,
effective July 7, 2021, subject to pre-employment
physical and drug screening.
6. Recommendation of appointment of Matt Boquist
to the position of Street Department Director,
effective July 7, 2021.
7. Bonds.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
160182 - Boesen/Amos
Resolution approving award of bid to Young
Plumbing & Heating Company of Waterloo, Iowa,
in the amount of $164,000, in conjunction with
the Waterloo City Hall Chiller Replacement Project.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Mr. Boesen questioned why the item did not go
through the public hearing process.
Noel Anderson, Community Planning and
Development Director, provided an overview of the
item and explained that staff chose to go through
an emergency bidding process.
Mr. Boesen requested data supporting the need to
bypass normal procedures.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-465.
160183 - Morrissey/Grieder
Resolution approving award of bid to Wertjes
Uniforms of Cedar Falls, Iowa, in conjunction
with FYE 2022 Police Department uniform needs,
and authorizing the City Clerk to execute said
document. Roll-call vote-Ayes: Six. Nays: One
(Klein). Motion carried.
Mr. Morrissey questioned if the uniforms will have
any type of patch.
Chief Fitzgerald confirmed the new patch would on
the uniforms.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-466.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
160184 - Morrissey/Amos
that proof of publication of notice of public hearing
on FY 2022 Asphalt Emulsions for the City’s
Recycled Asphalt Paving Program, as published in
the Waterloo Courier on June 21, 2021, be received
and placed on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
This being the time and place of public hearing, the
Mayor called for written and oral comments and
there were none.
160185 - Morrissey/Amos
that the hearing be closed. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
160186 - Morrissey/Amos
that “Resolution confirming approval of
specifications, bid document and form of contract,
etc., and authorizing to proceed”, be adopted.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-467.
160187 - Morrissey/Amos
Motion to receive and file and instruct City Clerk
to read bids.
Estimate: $215,000.00
Bidder
Bid Amount
Bituminous Materials & Supply Des Moines, IA
Product Min. Quantity Unit Price
Total
HFMS-2S 1,760 Gallons $2.00
$3,520.00
CRS-2P 940 Gallons $2.50
$2,350.00
DILUTE CSS-1 236 Gallons $1.10
$259.60
Product Max. Quantity Unit Price
Total
HFMS-2S 5,000 Gallons $2.00
$10,000.00
CRS-2P 50,000 Gallons $2.50
$125,000.00
DILUTE CSS-1 15,000 Gallons $1.10 $16,500.00
Flint Hills Resources Dubuque, IA
Product Min. Quantity Unit Price
Total
HFMS-2S 1,760 Gallons $2.53
$607.20 Ton
CRS-2P 940 Gallons $3.03
$712.05 Ton
DILUTE CSS-1 236 Gallons No Bid
No Bid
Product Max. Quantity Unit Price
Total
HFMS-2S 5,000 Gallons $2.53
$607.20 Ton
CRS-2P 50,000 Gallons $3.03
$712.05
DILUTE CSS-1 15,000 Gallons $2.53 $594.55 Ton
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
160188 - Morrissey/Amos
that “Resolution awarding bid to Bituminous
Materials and Supply of Des Moines, Iowa, in
the amount of (minimum quantity) $6,129.60,

(maximum quantity) $151,500.00, in conjunction
with FY 2022 Asphalt Emulsions for the City’s
Recycled Asphalt Paving Program, and authorizing
the Mayor to execute said documents”, be adopted.
Roll-call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-468.
160189 - Amos/Grieder
that proof of publication of notice of public hearing
on FY2021 CIP Pipelining Phase IVA2 Project,
Contract No. 1043, as published in the Waterloo
Courier on June 21, 2021, be received and placed
on file. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
This being the time and place of public hearing, the
Mayor called for written and oral comments and
there were none.
160190 - Amos/Grieder
that the hearing be closed. Voice vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
160191 - Amos/Grieder
that “Resolution confirming approval of plans,
specification form of contract, etc., and authorizing
to proceed”, be adopted. Roll-call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-469.
160192 - Amos/Grieder
Motion to receive and file and instruct City Clerk to
read bids and refer to Waste Management Services
Department for review.
Estimate: $1,080,682.50
Bidder
Bid Amount
Insituform Technologies USA, LLC
Chesterfield, MO Total Base Bid
$1,069,120.90
Total Alt. No. 1
$94,860.90
Total Alt. No. 2
$91,819.20
Total Alt. No. 3
$111,522.50
Total Alt. No. 4
$39,132.40
Total Alt. No. 5
$19,435.70
AK Construction
O’Fallon, MO Total Base Bid
$943,483.00
Total Alt. No. 1
$87,213.25
Total Alt. No. 2
$88,584.00
Total Alt. No. 3
$100,282.00
Total Alt. No. 4
$37,544.00
Total Alt. No. 5
$17,577.00
Municipal Pipe Tool Co., LLC
Hudson, IA Total Base Bid
$803,304.95
Total Alt. No. 1
$74,630.30
Total Alt. No. 2
$93,624.00
Total Alt. No. 3
$99,008.60
Total Alt. No. 4
$40,251.50
Total Alt. No. 5
$17,220.00
Voice vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
160193 - Amos/Morrissey
Resolution approving award of bid to Municipal
Pipe Tool CO., LLC of Hudson Iowa, for the Base
Bid SA 19 SRF ($803,304.95), Alternate No. 1 SA
19 SRF ($74,630.30), Alternate No.2 SA 19 SRF
($93,624.00), Alternate No.3 SA 14 Non-SRF
($99,008.60), Alternate No.4 SA 20 Non-SRF
($40,251.50) and Alternate No.5 SA 17 Non SRF
($17,220.00) for a total cost of $1,128,039.35,
and approving the contract, bond and certificate
of insurance, in conjunction with the FY2021 CIP
Pipelining Phase IVA2 Project, Contract No. 1043.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-470.
RESOLUTIONS
160194 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution approving an Encroachment
Agreement with Misty Southworth to allow for a
6-foot high fence, at 114 Berkshire Road, to be
constructed 10-feet onto the City right-of-way of
Russell Road, and authorizing the Mayor and City
Clerk to execute said document”, be adopted.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Mrs. Juon requested an overview.
Noel Anderson, Community Planning and Develop
Director, provided an overview of the request and
recommendation of approval from the Planning
Commission.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-471.
160195 - Klein/Feuss
that“Resolution approving aVideoWall Procurement
Agreement with Radio Communications/RC
Systems of Waterloo, Iowa, in conjunction with
the Traffic Control Room Project (Iowa DOT grant
project number STP-U-8155(755)--70-07 ), in the
amount of $82,596.52, and authorizing the Mayor
and City Clerk to execute said document”, be
adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-472.
160196 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution approving an Engineering Service
Agreement with Shive-Hattery, Inc., of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, in conjunction with W. 9th and
South Street Intersection Roundabout Project, and
authorizing the Mayor to execute said document”,
be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-473.
160197 - Klein/Feuss
that “Resolution approving a permanent easement
agreement with Koelker Properties, LLC, to
dedicate a permanent easement, over a portion
of property located at 3180 West Airline Highway,
for sanitary sewer and utility purposes, and
authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute
said document”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes:
Seven. Motion carried.
Mr. Morrissey requested an overview of the item.
Noel Anderson, Community Planning and
Development Director, provided an overview.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-474.
160198 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving an Acquisition Contract
with Lost Island Real Estate L.C. to acquire
7,281 square feet of right-of-way and approving
a temporary easement on 38,180 square feet for
Hess Road and East Shaulis Road for $2,094.98
and up to $2,000 in closing costs, located on
property south of 4550 Hess Road, East of
2225 East Shaulis Road, 5049 Hess Road, 2546
East Shaulis Road, and east of 2546 East Shaulis
Road, in conjunction with the Shaulis Road
reconstruction Project from Hess Road to Highway
218, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to
execute said documents”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-475.
160199 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving Acquisition Contract
with Lost Island Theme Park Inc., to acquire
2,270 square feet of right-of-way and approving
a temporary easement on 63,338 square feet
for East Shaulis Road for $1,118.49 and up to
$1,000 in closing costs, located at 2600 East
Shaulis Road, in conjunction with the Shaulis Road
Reconstruction Project from Hess Road to Highway
218, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to
execute said documents”, be adopted. Roll call
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-476.
160200 - Grieder/Feuss
that “Resolution approving an Acquisition Contract
with Lost Island Water Park Inc., to acquire
9,656 square feet of right-of-way and approving a
temporary easement on 12,715 square feet for the
intersection of Hess Road and East Shaulis Road
for $4,152.45 and up to $1,000 in closing costs,
located at 2225 East Shaulis Road, in conjunction
with the Shaulis Road Reconstruction Project from
Hess Road to Highway 218, and authorizing the

Mayor and City Clerk to execute said documents”,
be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-477.
that “Resolution approving the second Amendment
to Development Agreement and Minimum
Assessment Agreement with Dolly James 2, LLC, Hi
Yeild, LLC and 6 Comm Properties, LLC, originally
executed September 8, 2015 and amended
July 13, 2020, adjusting completion dates,
minimum assessment and incentive package, and
authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute
said document”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes:
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021160201 - Juon/Grieder
that “Resolution supporting the application by
6 Comm Properties, LLC for the Iowa Workforce
Housing Tax Incentives Program to construct
seventy-six (76) new housing units located near
the northeast corner of 6th Street and Commercial
Street”, be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-478.
160202 - Juon/Grieder
that “Resolution supporting the application by
Prairie Rapids, LLC, for the Iowa Workforce Housing
Tax Credit Program and approving a Development
Agreement to construct twenty-four (24) forty-eight
(48) new housing units located near the southeast
corner of Kimball Avenue and Ridgeway Avenue”,
be adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-479.
160203 - Juon/Grieder
that “Resolution approving a Post Bid General
Contractor Quality Assurance Questionnaire Policy
For Vertical Infrastructure Projects”, be adopted.
Roll call vote-Ayes: Six. Nays: One (Klein). Motion
carried.
Resolution adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 2021-480.
ORDINANCES
160204 - Morrissey/Grieder
that “an ordinance amending the City of Waterloo
Code of Ordinances by repealing Section 3, After
Hours Business License, of Chapter 3,Amusements,
Title 3, Business and License Regulations, and
enacting in lieu thereof a new Section 3, After Hours
Business License, of Chapter 3, Amusements, Title
3, Business and License Regulations”, be received,
placed on file, considered and passed for the first
time. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
160205 - Morrissey/Amos
that rules requiring ordinances to be considered
and voted for passage at two prior meetings be
suspended. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
160206 - Morrissey/Amos
that “an ordinance amending the City of Waterloo
Code of Ordinances by repealing Section 3,
After Hours Business License, of Chapter 3,
Amusements, Title 3, Business and License
Regulations, and enacting in lieu thereof a new
Section 3, After Hours Business License, of Chapter
3, Amusements, Title 3, Business and License
Regulations”, be considered and passed for the
second and third times and adopted. Roll call voteAyes: Seven. Motion carried.
Ordinance adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 5606.
160207 - Feuss/Grieder
that “an Ordinance amending the City of
Waterloo City Code of Ordinances by repealing
Subsections E, F, and G of Section 4, Automated
Traffic Enforcement, Chapter 1, Traffic Code, Title
6, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, and enacting in lieu
thereof new Subsections E, F, and G of Section 4,
Automated Traffic Enforcement, Chapter 1, Traffic
Code, Title 6, Motor Vehicles and Traffic”, be
received, placed on file, considered and passed
for the first time. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
160208 - Feuss/Grieder
that rules requiring ordinances to be considered
and voted for passage at two prior meetings be
suspended. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion
carried.
160209 - Feuss/Grieder
that “an Ordinance amending the City of
Waterloo City Code of Ordinances by repealing
Subsections E, F, and G of Section 4, Automated
Traffic Enforcement, Chapter 1, Traffic Code, Title
6, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, and enacting in lieu
thereof new Subsections E, F, and G of Section 4,
Automated Traffic Enforcement, Chapter 1, Traffic
Code, Title 6, Motor Vehicles and Traffic”, be
considered and passed for the second and third
times and adopted. Roll call vote-Ayes: Seven.
Motion carried.
Ordinance adopted and upon approval by Mayor
assigned No. 5607.
ADJOURNMENT
160210 - Amos/Juon
that the Council adjourn at 6:52 p.m. Voice
vote-Ayes: Seven. Motion carried.
Kelley Felchle
City Clerk
2021-457
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
WATERLOO, IOWA, that all bills herein described
are hereby allowed and the Mayor and the City
Clerk are hereby authorized and directed to issue
warrants for the amount set opposite the respective
name of each.
Total Invoice Amount
QWEST
4,942.03
A-LINE LINE IRON & METALS
310.00
A. THOMPSON CONTRACTING LLC, A.
THOMPSON CONTRACTING
10,780.90
AABLE PEST CONTROL INC
635.00
ABC EMBROIDERY INC
104.00
ACCO
3,876.97
ADOLPH KIEFER & ASSOCIATES LLC
51.00
AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC
153,253.26
AHLERS & COONEY, P.C.
3,273.15
AIR SERVICES INC
5,675.00
AIRGAS USA LLC
81.44
AKA SERVICES INC
720.00
ALIGN ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING PLC 1,127.19
ALL HANDS FIRE EQUIPMENT LLC
2,123.88
ALL STATE RENTAL INC
360.00
ALL TEMP REFRIGERATION LLC
7,694.65
ALLEN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES 982.99
ALLIED ELECTRONICS, INC
1,490.73
AMAZON WEB SERVICES INC
528.82
AMAZON.COM CREDIT
128.01
AMERICAN DREAM EXTERIORS LLC
26,385.00
AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION
403.00
ANDREWS, ELIZABETH
11.65
ANFINSON & LUCE TRUST ACCOUNT
85.00
AP INDUSTRIAL STEEL, INC
55.72
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES, INC.
2,111.88
ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY, LLP
4,530.91
ARROWHEAD SCIENTIFIC, INC.
244.30
ART CRAFT STUDIO, INC.
95.00
ASCHEMAN, PHILIP L, PHD
1,290.00
ASPRO INC., & SUBSIDIARIES
2,272.47
ATLANTIC BOTTLING COMPANY
745.26
AUTO PLUS
85.19
AUTOMATIC SYSTEMS CO
65,300.00
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SOLUTIONS
688.23
AXON ENTERPRISE, INC.
2,183.60
B & B LAWN CARE INC
29,613.18
BANKERS ADVERTISING COMPANY
750.41
BAUER BUILT INC.
3,936.00

BBE PRO TOOLS LLC
243.67
BEDARD, ANDREW
60.00
BENCHMARK INC
2,875.00
BENTON'S READY MIX CONCRETE INC 1,702.75
BERGEN PLUMBING INC
4,680.00
BERT GURNEY & ASSOCIATES INC
2,906.00
BITUMINOUS MATERIAL & SUPPLY, INC 3,373.03
BLACK HAWK COUNTY ABSTRACT CO
222.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY AUDITOR
111,394.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCY
46,543.37
BLACK HAWK COUNTY RECORDER
91.00
BLACK HAWK COUNTY TREASURER
9,560.70
BLACK HAWK MEMORIAL CO, INC
25.00
BLACK HAWK RENTAL
240.75
BLUEGLOBES LLC
450.85
BMC AGGREGATES LC
1,144.71
BOOMERANG CORP
142,441.15
BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC
6,748.24
BRAXTON'S CONSTRUCTION LLC
10,866.00
BRODART COMPANY
199.07
BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION
ENTERPRISES INC
15,882.00
BSN SPORTS, LLC
1,899.28
BUGSY'S PEST SOLUTIONS LLC
50.00
C & C WELDING INC
2,583.00
C.J. COOPER & ASSOC. INC
75.00
CAMPBELL SUPPLY CO
2,482.88
CAN AM AUTOMOTIVE & TOWING
100.00
CDW GOVERNMENT, LLC
31,584.83
CEDAR BEND HUMANE SOCIETY
12,201.00
CEDAR RAPIDS TRUCK CENTER, INC.
5,381.45
CEDAR VALLEY CORPORATION LLC 1,005,987.30
CEDAR VALLEY LAWN CARE INC
380.40
CEDAR VALLEY MEDICAL SPECIALISTS, P.C. 750.00
CENTRAL IOWA DISTRIBUTING
593.00
CHAPMAN, KIM
64.19
CHAPMAN, SCOTT
16,243.00
CHAPMAN, TODD
16,243.00
CHEMSEARCH
378.58
CITY LAUNDERING CO
114.39
CLAPSADDLE GARBER ASSOCIATES INC 3,296.50
CLARK EQUIPMENT COMPANY
17,598.70
CLIFTON BRINKMEYER
700.00
COBAN TECHNOLOGIES INC
292.00
COOK COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY
1,796.79
COOLEY PUMPING LLC
340.00
COURIER
1,587.15
CREDIT BUREAU SERVICES OF
IOWA INC
2,248.31
CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
177.07
CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER, LLC
284.40
CURBTENDER INC
844.38
D & D TIRE INC
1,655.00
D & J OIL COMPANY
7,414.52
D & K PRODUCTS
1,012.52
DAVENPORT GROUP INC
8,755.20
DAWSON, JULIE
8.55
DE NOVO MARKETING
13,312.50
DEEDS, TROY
85.58
DELL MARKETING L.P.
1,249.99
DELTA DENTAL OF IOWA
44,981.82
DENNIS SUPPLY COMPANY
825.26
DEZURIK INC
2,194.00
DIAMOND VOGEL PAINT CENTER
24,263.25
DICKEN, CURT
100.00
DRINOVSKY, WENDY
51.22
ED M FELD EQUIPMENT CO INC
4,637.00
ELECTRIC PUMP, INC.
7,857.00
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING &
EQUIPMENT
1,146.50
ELLIOTT EQUIPMENT COMPANY
48.74
EMEDCO
161.51
EMSLRC
68.00
EVERGREEN SERVICES LLC
3,840.00
EXPRESS SERVICES, INC.
536.76
FARM PLAN
893.09
FARNSWORTH ELECTRONICS
52.85
FAULKS BROS CONSTRUCTION INC
5,883.18
FEDEX
92.78
FELCHLE, KELLEY
107.33
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC.
71.23
FERTILIZER DEALER SUPPLY
71.94
FIFTH STREET TIRE, INC
137.53
FISHER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY LLC
451.70
FM CONTROLS INC
271.50
FORCE AMERICA DISTRIBUTING LLC
530.38
FRICKSON BROTHERS EXCAVATING
4,160.00
GALLS LLC
12,529.70
GARDNER DENVER, INC
2,403.00
GEHLING, JOSHUA
150.00
GIERKE ROBINSON COMPANY INC
1,930.83
GIS WORKSHOP, LLC
1,178.10
GOODYEAR COMMERCIAL TIRE &
SERVICE CENTERS
13,461.23
GORDON FLESCH COMPANY
1,441.26
GPM
3,078.00
GRAINGER
610.84
GRIMCO INC
1,396.03
GRIZZLY COOLERS LLC
279.99
HACH COMPANY
404.95
HAWKEYE ALARM & SIGNAL
330.00
HAWKEYE FIRE & SAFETY CO
214.21
HAWKEYE MOTOR SPORTS, LLC
2,354.49
HELENA CHEMICAL COMPANY
1,678.00
HOLSTUN, WILLIAM
250.00
HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES
809.82
HOPKINS, JOHN
50.00
HOSPITALITY HOUSE OF THE
CEDAR VALLEY
5,000.00
HOTSY EQUIPMENT COMPANY
239.52
I W I MOTOR PARTS
612.63
IMOEHL, BRENNA
100.00
INDUSTRIAL STANDARD TOOLING INC
247.00
INNOVATIONAL WATER SOLUTIONS INC
376.00
INTERSTATE BATTERIES OF UPPER IOWA 133.15
IOWA PHYSICIANS CLINIC MEDICAL
667.00
JENSSON, DAVID J.
385.00
JESSE COSBY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER 1,780.00
JOHN FREYBERGER
350.00
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY
1,119.97
JONES, RUDY/ PETTY CASH
74.00
JORSON & CARLSON CO INC
95.82
K & S WHEEL ALIGNMENT INC
2,394.10
KAREN'S PRINT RITE
281.75
KARL CHEVROLET INC
268.32
KARL STORZ ENDOSCOPY AMERICA INC 3,065.98
KECK PARKING
10,720.00
KEYSTONE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIES
437.01
KEYSTONE LABORATORIES, INC.
138.75
KNM SERVICE INC.
2,293.94
LAMAR COMPANIES
1,400.00
LAWSON PRODUCTS INC
77.90
LEHMAN TRUCKING & EXCAVATING
64,942.00
LICKTEIG, DENNIS
6,549.00
LINDGREN GLASS PRODUCTS LLC
370.00
LJ'S WELDING & FABRICATION
885.00
LOCKSPERTS INC
4.58
LOGAN CONTRACTORS SUPPLY, INC
17,640.00
M&T BANK
490.00
MACQUEEN EQUIPMENT LLC
44,409.18
MADISON NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE
CO., INC.
6,631.56
MANATT'S INC.
2,466.00
MANPOWER, INC
791.03
MARTIN BROS DISTRIBUTING CO INC
2,341.44
MAST, LAURA
20.00
MAXIMUM SIGHT & SOUND
225.00
MCCARVILLE, MICHAEL
250.00
MCDONALD SUPPLY
29.44
MCMASTER CARR SUPPLY COMPANY
176.60
MEDIACOM
1,536.30
MENARDS
2,588.20
MERCY ONE
1,282.89
METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY
4,485.00
MH EQUIPMENT COMPANY
246.07
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY
121,585.90
MIDWEST JANITORIAL SERVICE
1,426.00
MIDWEST TAPE
1,405.04
MIKE FEREDAY HEATING & AIR
98.00
MILLER FENCE CO.
136.50

MOLO PETROLEUM, LLC
541.22
MOSLEY, ERICA
2,272.00
MOTION INDUSTRIES INC
107.08
MPH INDUSTRIES INC
1,999.00
MUNICIPAL PIPE TOOL CO., LLC
948.56
MURPHY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT
COMPANY, INC
2,125.33
MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY
263.44
NAPA AUTO PARTS
657.76
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION 175.00
NCL OF WISCONSIN INC
1,256.56
NET TRANSCRIPTS INC
746.20
NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INC 1,039.20
NORTHLAND PRODUCTS COMPANY
553.75
NRG RADIO LLC
1,497.00
OFFICE EXPRESS
1,634.55
OPERATION THRESHOLD
14,948.58
OUTDOOR & MORE
38.00
OVERDRIVE INC
572.47
OVERHEAD DOOR CO. OF WATERLOO INC 646.42
P & K MIDWEST INC
754.84
PEDERSEN, DOWIE, CLABBY &
1,563,799.00
PENN VALLEY PUMP CO INC
3,377.30
PEOPLES TV & APPLIANCE, INC
39.95
PEPSI COLA GENERAL BOTTLING
804.00
PER MAR SECURITY SERVICES
1,793.70
PETERSON CONTRACTORS, INC
141,065.12
PLUMB SUPPLY COMPANY
150.45
PLUMB TECH INC.
480.00
POLK'S LOCK SERVICE
8.50
POOL TECH
3,975.00
POSTMASTER
950.00
PPG ARCHITECTURAL FINISHES INC
1,115.75
PREMIER STAFFING INC
1,177.44
PROSHIELD FIRE PROTECTION INC
572.30
PROTECT YOUTH SPORTS
673.40
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION
49,958.00
QLT CONSUMER LEASE SERVICES INC
13.35
QUADIENT LEASING
1,031.70
QUALITY PUMP & CONTROL INC
535.78
QUILL CORPORATION
264.13
R & R SPECIALTIES, INC
214.58
RASMUSSON, NOLAN
180.00
RAY MOUNT WRECKER SERVICE INC
175.00
RC SYSTEMS INC
26,036.56
RELIANT FIRE APPARATUS, INC
124.72
REPUBLIC SERVICES INC
335.96
RESTORATION SERVICES, INC.
59,250.00
RHINO INDUSTRIES, INC
7,090.65
RICK'S DETAIL, INC.
200.00
RICOH USA
136.00
RICOH USA INC
3,030.22
RIST & ASSOCIATES, INC.
48.00
RMA ARMAMENT INC
2,264.18
ROBBY'S SALES & SERVICE
124.28
RSM US LLP
25,956.00
RUTLEDGE, JILLIAN
285.00
RYDELL CHEVROLET
319.35
SADLER POWER TRAIN, INC
212.49
SAFETY VISION LLC
1,309.95
SAM ANNIS & COMPANY
63.00
SANDEE'S
339.55
SANDRY FIRE SUPPLY
2,465.00
SCHAUL, LANDON
300.00
SCHIMBERG COMPANY
2.18
SCHROEDER, ARIC
207.00
SCOT'S SUPPLY INC
1,026.26
SHANKLE, KENT
307.06
SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO.
466.70
SIGNS BY TOMORROW
284.75
SLED SHED, THE
415.04
SPORTS O ZONE
1,274.61
STAR EQUIPMENT, LTD
2,178.45
STATE CHEMICAL MFG COMPANY
997.25
STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC
5,463.61
STOREY KENWORTHY
2,157.94
STRAND CORPORATION INC
51,890.04
STRYKER SALES CORP
903.60
SUBSURFACE SOLUTIONS
10,087.36
SUPERIOR WELDING SUPPLY CO
348.18
TANGEN, DOMINIC
300.00
TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC
1,255.25
TEXON TOWEL AND SUPPLY CO
215.12
THOMPSON SHOES
135.00
THOMPSON TRUCK & TRAILER INC
377.05
TITAN MACHINERY INC
216.95
TOJO CONSTRUCTION INC
55,633.00
TOP SHELF CLEANING AND SERVICES LLC 425.00
TRACTOR SUPPLY
149.95
TRELOAR, PAT
106.56
TRUCK CENTER COMPANIES
EAST LLC
178,789.54
ULINE INC
153.68
UNIFIRST CORPORATION
887.96
UNITED RENTALS
8,600.00
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
35,000.00
US CELLULAR
13.24
UTILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC
1,101.60
VAN METER INDUSTRIAL, INC.
3,949.91
VAN-WALL WALL EQUIPMENT, INC.
107.74
VISA
6,877.73
W.S. DARLEY & CO
564.93
WAL-MART MART COMMUNITY
463.19
WALMAN OPTICAL COMPANY
90.00
WATERLOO AUTO PARTS INC.
375.00
WATERLOO COMMUNITY SCHOOL
DISTRICT
385.20
WATERLOO OIL COMPANY
925.07
WATERLOO WATER WORKS
6,425.75
WEBER PAPER COMPANY
2,122.66
WELLMARK BLUE CROSS & BLUE
SHEILD
302,349.48
WELTER STORAGE EQUIPMENT CO
4,700.00
WERTJES UNIFORMS
168.00
WILBER AUTO BODY & SALES, INC
2,450.00
WILLETT, HOFMANN & ASSOCIATES, INC 461.56
WITHAM AUTO CENTER
8,086.53
WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP, INC
2,184.22
WRH INC
47,500.00
YOUNG PLUMBING & HEATING CO
480.00
ZELLHOEFER LAW OFFICES
325.00
AMANDA BRENDEN
32.00
PAMELA GIBBONS
49.50
ELIZABETH HANSEN
37.00
ANNA JOHNSON
111.00
AMANDA RAMTHUN
25.00
KRISTI TIBBEN
37.00
ROBERT TOPLIFF
400.00
STEPANIE HANSEN
32.00
STAN HEMSATH
709.11
NEIL JEADRICK
160.50
NICOLE KULLEN
37.00
ROBIN NICHOLS
150.00
FELICIA PRICE
37.00
SARAH RAFAEL
256.80
WORKERS COMPENSATION
15,848.62
HOUSING AUTHORITY
397,342.06
HOUSING AUTHORITY
4,306.00
DEBT SERVICE FUND
191,159.08
WORKERS COMPENSATION
9,504.97
HOUSING AUTHORITY
1,780.00
PAYROLL
1,869,185.44
Total Expenditures
$7,502,183.46
Total Receipts
49,179,105.56
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS DAY OF
JULY 6TH, 2021.
Quentin Hart, Mayor
ATTEST:
Kelley Felchle, City Clerk

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